China's appetite for fine wool grows

THE CHINESE market represents almost $12 billion or 24 per cent of the $48 billion generated from Australian agricultural exports, and according to the ANZ bank, the Chinese love for sheep products continues to grow.

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Australian wool is finding its way into the hands of a greater number of consumers.

Mark Bennett Head of Australian Agribusiness at ANZ said China is Australia's most valuable export market for sheep and wool, dairy and fresh produce, and a significant trading partner for beef and

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